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Figure 10: SIVQ analysis of Hodgkin's disease. H&E stained tissue of a human lymph node (http://www.webpathology.com) depicting the usual morphology for Reed-Sternberg (RS) cells, with prominent cherry nucleoli ("owl's eye"). Two ring vectors were selected such that they exhibited high specificity and sensitivity toward the RS cells (as depicted at bottom left) to recognize these nuclear features (with the resultant heat map at right)

Figure 10: SIVQ analysis of Hodgkin's disease. H&E stained tissue of a human lymph node (<a target=http://www.webpathology.com) depicting the usual morphology for Reed-Sternberg (RS) cells, with prominent cherry nucleoli ("owl's eye"). Two ring vectors were selected such that they exhibited high specificity and sensitivity toward the RS cells (as depicted at bottom left) to recognize these nuclear features (with the resultant heat map at right)">